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Total value of this bundle is £304.23 Heavily discounted!!! You don't need to worry for the two year course if you buy this. NEW ASSIGNMENTS ADDED ALL DISTINCTION GRADED 64 Assignments in total!! Includes units: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 20, 22 *For reference only* *Not for submitting*

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Unit 20 assignment 5

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P6 Explain the principles and effects of radiation therapy including the equipment used M4 Explain how excessive exposure to radiation can cause harm D4 Evaluate a range of therapy techniques, types of radiation available and equipment used

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Unit 20 assignment 4

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P5 Outline the process of magnetic resonance imaging including the instrumentation and equipment used M3 Explain the factors influencing signal intensity in MRI D3 Evaluate the appearance of bone and soft-tissues in an MRI scan and a conventional X-ray

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Unit 2 Assignment 1

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This assignment includes: P1, P2, M1, M2, D2 I discuss: - The procedures and practices commonly used I’m a science laboratory - a risk analysis Processes for disposal of waste - types of communication and how they are used in a laboratory - reasons for communication and why it must be clear - th...

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Unit 2 Assignment 2

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This assignment contains: P3, M3, D2 It contains: - a comparison between the components between a non-specialist and specialist laboratory - a discussion on how the features of a laboratory achieve its effectiveness, efficiency, safery purposes and security purposes

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Unit 2 Assignment 3

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This achieves P4, M4 and D3 This includes: Management information systems in the laboratory How components of the laboratory are stored and how checks are recorded A letter explaining how keeping data and records in a LIMS is beneficial

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Unit 2 Assignment 4

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This achieves P5, M5, D3 This includes: A controlled experiment with a risk assessment and a conclusion A detailed explanation of COSHH law, HSE inspectors and UKAS assessments A detailed explanation if ISO 22000 food safety management

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unit 20 assignment 2

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P2 Describe the production of X-rays and ultrasound. D1 Analyse the effect of the operation and design of the tube/head on a typical x-ray spectrum.

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Unit 20 assignment 3

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P3 Describe the production and detection of radiopharmaceuticals P4 Explain the role of radiopharmaceuticals within the operating principles of the gamma camera. M2 Compare the desirable biological properties and radiological properties of radionuclides used for imaging. D2 Evaluate the choic...

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Unit 18 assignment 4

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P6 Carry out basic DNA techniques P7 Identify applications of genetic engineering. M4 Describe digestion of DNA by restriction endonucleases and electrophoresis of fragments. D3 Explain the steps involved in producing a genetically modified organism.

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Unit 20 assignment 1

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P1 Describe radioactivity, including atomic structure. M1 Explain the random nature of decay and how it relates to half-life.

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Unit 18 assignment 3

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P5 Explain monohybrid and dihybrid inheritance ratios M3 Apply principles of modern Mendelian genetics to predict patterns of monohybrid, dihybrid inheritance and variation D2 Analyse the correlation between observed pattern of dihybrid inheritance and the expected pattern

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Unit 18 assignment 2

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P2 Identify the stages of mitosis and meiosis in eukaryotic cells P3 carry out practical investigations to record stages of cell division P4 explain how the behaviour of chromosomes leads to variation M2 Describe the behaviour of chromosomes during cell division using the results of th...

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Unit 18 assignment 1

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P1 Compare and contrast the structure of various nucleic acid. M1 Explain how genetic information can be stored in a sequence of nitrogenous bases in DNA. D1 Explain the steps involved in biosynthesis of protein including the roles of RNA

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Unit 17 assignment 5

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P7 outline the uses of measurement devices in electrical circuits M5 compare and contrast analogue and digital measurement devices D4 analyse the suitability of an electrical measurement device for its intended purpose.

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Unit 17 assignment 4

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P6 list the main types of active and passive transducers used in electrical circuits M4 explain the characteristics of active and passive transducers used in typical electrical circuits

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Unit 17 assignment 3

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P4 review the differences between AC and DC circuits [CT1,2] P5 explain the dangers of working with electricity M3 explain the operations of electrical safety practices used to minimise risk D3 evaluate the effectiveness of electrical safety practices, suggesting valid improvements

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Unit 17 assignment 2

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P2 assemble series and parallel electrical circuits [TW1,4; EP2,3] P3 carry out essential electrical measurements on the assembled circuits [TW1,4; EP2,3; SM2,4] M2 calculate current, potential differences and resistances in series and parallel circuits D2 compare the accuracy of measured...

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Unit 17 assignment 1

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P1 Define principal electrical terms, quantities and relationships M1 Show, by calculation, the use of electrical terms, quantities and relationships D1 analyse, by calculation and graphical representation, fundamental electrical relationships and quantities

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unit 15 assignment 3

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P3 P4 P3 carry out practical activities to cultivate micro-organisms using aseptic techniques. P4 carry out practical investigations of factors that influence the safe growth of micro-organisms M2 Explain the principles underlying the cultivation and aseptic techniques used M3 Compare ...

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Unit 15 assignment 1

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P1 Use light microscopy techniques to identify the characteristic features and functions of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. P2 Use data from electron microscopy to identify the characteristic features and functions of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. M1 describe the function of pr...

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unit 15 assignment 2

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P5 Describe the main groups of micro-organisms by their principal taxonomic characteristics M4 Outline how the techniques used to identify micro-organisms relate to their structure. D4 Outline the potential usefulness of a variety of identification techniques in a specific applicati...

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Unit 14 assignment 4

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P4 Explain the difference between primary and secondary cells M4 Describe the characteristics, merits and limitations of primary and secondary cells related to their industrial applications D4 Evaluate the use of primary and secondary cells for portable applications

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Unit 14 assignment 2

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P2 Carry out an investigation into one gas law, relating them to industrial processes. M2 Calculate pressure, volume and temperature changes for gases in given industrial processes. D1 Explain the behaviour and response of industrial systems in terms of latent heat, specific heat capacity, temp...

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Unit 14 assignment 3

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P2 Carry out an investigation into one gas law, relating them to industrial processes. M2 Calculate pressure, volume and temperature changes for gases in given industrial processes. D1 Explain the behaviour and response of industrial systems in terms of latent heat, specific heat capacity, temp...

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Unit 14 assignment 1

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P1 Describe the fundamental concepts associated with energy using examples at home, work or in industry. M1 Perform calculations involving changes of state for industrial processes.

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Unit 13 assignment 3

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P6 Identify the main differences between anaerobic and aerobic glucose degradation. M4 Compare the sites of ATP production and consumption during aerobic and anaerobic breakdown of glucose in cells. D4 Evaluate the regulation of glycolysis in terms of energy requirements in cells.

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Unit 13 assignment 2

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P4 describe the structural features of an enzyme P5 use laboratory methods to investigate factors that affect the enzyme rate of reaction M3 explain how the rates of enzyme reactions are affected by changes in temperature D3 explain why enzyme activity is affected by pH

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Unit 13 assignment 1

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includes: P1,p2,p3,m1,m2,d1,d2 Identifies the structure and function of biological molecules Uses laboratory separative techniques for the characterisation of biological molecules Describes the primary and secondary structures of proteins Interprets data obtained from experiments designed to se...

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Unit 12 assignment 4

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Includes p6, p7, m5, d4 Explains the roles of sex organs in the production of ova and sperm Explains how the structures of the reproductive system relates to their function Report on the common tests performed to measure fertility Evaluation of data concerning the levels of sex hormones at different...

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Unit 12 assignment 3

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Includes p4, p5, m3, m4, d2, d3 Outlines organisation and structure of the endocrine system Describes the mechanisms of the homeostatic system Explain the functions of the endocrine system Explains positive and negative feedback in homeostasis using examples of the body Explained the interrelationsh...

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Unit 12 assignment 2

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Includes p3, m2 Outlines the organisation and function of nervous system Explains functions of the nervous system

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Unit 12 assignment 1

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Includes p1, p2, m1, d1 Describes the main sites of reabsorption Outlines the importance of regulating body fluids in the body Describes how reabsorption occurs in each of the main sites Explains how the body maintains the correct acid base balance Warning - has picture of real kidney

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Unit 11 assignment 4

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Describes organisation of eukaryotic cell in terms of function of the organelles Describes 4 different tissue types Use diagrams or micrographics to compare and contrast the tissue types Explains the relationship between cells, tissues and organs and organ systems in the organisation of the body

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Unit 11 assignment 3

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Includes p6. M4, d2 Explains how dietary nutrients are processed through the digestive system Used chemical equations to show how main goof groups are dealt with in the digestive system Explains how the digestive, cardiovascular and respiratory systems are interrelated

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Unit 11 assignment 2

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Includes p4, m3 Taken measurements related to the respiration system relating to the results to the function of the system Explanation the need for ventilation systems in a multicellular organisms

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Unit 11 assignment 1

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Includes p3, m2, Take measurements related to the cardiovascular system relating to the results to the function of the system Explains need for transport systems in a cultivate cellular organism

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Unit 8 assignment 4

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Includes p4, m4, d4 Carries out correlation method to investigate data collected Interpret results Evaluate validility of results

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Unit 8 assignment 3

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Includes p3, m3, d3 Perform t-test on data collected Interpret results Evaluate validity of results

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Unit 8 assignment 2

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Includes p2, m2, d2 Perform chi squared test Interpret results of test Evaluate validility of results

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Unit 8 assignment 1

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includes p1, m1, d1 Carries out statistical calculations to investigate a scientific problem Performs a calculation using probability to investigate a scientific problem Interprets shapes of distributions in scientific data

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Unit 6 assignment 3

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Includes p5, p6, m5, d5 Collected and displayed scientific data Interpret data Interpret the trend in data Calculate scientific quantities from linear and non linear graphs

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Unit 6 assignment 2

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Includes p3, p4, m3, m4, d3, d4 Collected and recorded scientific date Identified errors associated with collecting data in an experiment Describe the processes involves in accurately collecting and recording scientific data Calculate errors Compared methods of data collection Explained how errors c...

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Unit 5 assignment 4

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Includes p5, m5. D4 Identifies how different groups and organisation have an influence on science Describes how different groups and organisation have an influence on science Compares and contrasts how different campaigns, by groups and organisations influence science

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Unit 5 assignment 2

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Includes p2, p3, m2, d2 Identifies public perception about science Explains how media has influences public perception of science Explains whether concerns raised about science in the media are justified Analyses whether the media makes a positive contribution to the publics perception of science

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Unit 5 assignment 1

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Includes p1, m1, d1 Discription of the development of a scientific theory highlighting the processes involves Differentiating between those questions that science is currently addressing that science can't yet answer Explanation of why sometimes there is resistance to new scientific theories

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Unit 1 Assignment 3

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includes: - outline the methods by which scientific information is communicated - report on a scientific investigation that has been carried out. - a detailed, correctly structured report which demonstrates a high level of presentation. - compare and contrast the report with a similar report fro...

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Unit 1 Assignment 2

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includes: - Powerpoint providing information about the periodic table. explain, atomic number and relative atomic mass. used further diagrams to explain how these relate to the particles in the nucleus and the electronic structure of the first 20 elements. included information relating to the groups...

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Unit 1Assignment 1 M2

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includes: - explanation on how the relative presence of different cell components influences the function of different tissues. - explanation of different cells have different functions. E.g. intestinal epithelial cells are a site of exchange and are adapted to absorb food efficiently by having a l...

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Unit 1Assignment 1 P4

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this includes: electron micrographs of different types of tissue with labelled organelles. slides of different types of tissue with a description and label some background information on that tissue type.

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Unit 1Assignment 1 P5

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includes: an account on the key structures and functions of both prokaryote and eukaryote cells. hand drawn and fully labelled example of an animal eukaryote cell, a plant eukaryote cell and a bacterial prokaryote cell. functions of each organelle you have labelled, and the functions of the cell i...

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Unit 1Assignment 1 D2

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This includes: - a table that explains the location, structure, function and comparisons of different tissue types. - a comparison of gas exchange surfaces of different animals e.g. insects, fish and humans, in the form of a table and a detailed essay, explaining concurrent flow, counter current fl...

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Unit 1Assignment 1 P3

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4 labelled diagrams of the four tissue types in animal, as seen through a light microscope.

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BTEC Applied Science Unit 6 Assignment 3

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Task 1 Select and draw suitable graphs or charts for the spring data and space station data collected in assignment 2. You are expected to use a line graph, a bar chart and a pie chart This provides evidence for P5 Task 2 Complete the worksheet “Breathing rate experiment” This provides evidenc...

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BTEC Applied Science Unit 6 Assignment 2

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Unit 6: Using Mathematical Tools for Science – Assignment 2 Data Collection Methods Task 1 Carry out an experiment to measure the extension of a spring as different loads are added to it. You need to draw up a suitable results table showing mass, weight, and extension This provides evidence for ...

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BTEC Applied Science Unit 5 Assignment 4

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Unit 5: Perceptions of Science – Assignment 4 The Influence of Politics and Commerce on Science Task 1 Choose any topic, e.g. wind farms, stem cell research, you wish as the topic for this task. List those organisations/groups that are involved in arguing the case FOR and those arguing the case ...

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BTEC Applied Science Unit 5 Assignment 3

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Task 1 Using any of the scenarios from the handout, prepare a presentation that you will make to the decision-making authority. The presentation should state clearly what the proposal is; the moral and ethical issues raised and the arguments FOR AND AGAINST the proposal. You should submit: A copy of...

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BTEC Applied Science Unit 5 Assignment 2

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BTEC Applied Science Unit 5 Assignment 2 Unit 5: Perceptions of Science – Assignment 2 Science, the Media and Public Perception Task 1 Using any topic of your choice, outline the various ways the public receive information about this scientific development. (consider the different means you acce...

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BTEC Applied Science Unit 5 Assignment 1

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Unit 5: Perceptions of Science – Assignment 1 Scientific Theories Task 1 Describe the development of a scientific theory. Demonstrate that this is a dynamic process where competing theories have to be catered for. Describe how a particular theory becomes accepted by the scientific community. Pos...

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Unit 3 Assignment 1

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THIS IS A UNIT 3 ASSIGNMENT, NOT UNIT 4. As stuvia did not have a unit 3 option. This assignment meets the following criteria: Task 1 Decide on a topic around which to base your investigation. Research your topic using a range of suitable sources You then need to research the topic so that y...

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Unit 3 Assignment 2

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THIS IS A UNIT 3 ASSIGNMENT, NOT UNIT 4. As stuvia did not have a unit 3 option Task 1 In your chosen investigation, state what you plan to achieve. Using the research notes you made for P2 produce a concise hypothesis from your research. This provides evidence for P1 Task 2 Write out a me...

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Unit 3 Assignment 4

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THIS IS A UNIT 3 ASSIGNMENT, NOT UNIT 4. as stuvia did not have a unit 3 option Task 1 Analyse you results, calculating means and producing graphs where appropriate This provides evidence for P7 Use standard deviation or chi squared on your results. Explain the outcome of the test and wh...

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BTEC Applied Science Unit 22 Assignment 1

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Unit 22 : Chemical Laboratory Techniques – Assignment 1 Analytical Techniques Task 1 You have been instructed by your line manager to demonstrate practical skills you must carry out the given procedures to make and extract compounds, hydrated copper(II) sulphate, aspirin, rock salt, paracetamol ...

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BTEC Applied Science Unit 22 Assignment 2

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Unit 22 : Chemical Laboratory Techniques – Assignment 2 Qualitative Analysis Task 1 You have been instructed by your line manager to demonstrate practical skills you must carry out the given chemical tests (see sheet for details of methods) to identify seven organic compounds labelled A to G. Th...

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BTEC Applied Science Unit 22 Assignment 3

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Task 1 You have been instructed by your line manager to demonstrate analytical practical skills as they want you to lead the new analytical research lab at Newcolab. You must carry out the given procedures using the method supplied to determine the percentage by mass of copper in the sample of coppe...

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